Cybex 750A Arc Trainer Review

If you’re tired of the standard treadmills, bikes and elliptical crosstrainers at the gym, the Cybex 750A Arc Trainer is another great alternative cardio machine to help you burn away those calories. The Cybex 750A (lower body) combines elements of a skier, climber and hiker to create both a fun and challenging workout in any environment. The arc trainer is biomechanically designed to deliver the most efficient low impact workout to the user.

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Summary:

The Cybex 750A lower body Arc Trainer is a commercial grade machine meaning that it excels in the most demanding environment and is highly unlikely to be damaged or malfunction. Even though it would perform excellently in a gym, the Cybex 750A is also great for home users. Any fitness-minded home users can easily add the arc trainer to their home because of its impact footprint and its versatile, load-dependent design. Load-dependent means that the resistance is actually scaled to the user’s weights. For example, two exercisers, one who weighs 250 lbs and another one 125 lbs, will both get the same workout if they enter the same program level and their weight. This versatile programming makes the Cybex 750A arc trainer accessible to users of all fitness levels and sizes.

Features:

The arc trainer comes equipped with an independent floating pedal mechanism and long handlebars with siderails. These two features allow for a much more comfortable workout. The resistance/incline levels are also adjustable which allows users to perform higher intensity workouts. Every 750A comes with a 24” stride length.

Users can also track their workout with the built-in contact heart rate monitor. Another great feature is that this arc trainer is self powered so you don’t have to worry about electrical compatibility or your power bill. Entertainment wise, it is iPod compatible with audio/video playback, headphone jacks, Nike+iPod enabled and there is also an option for an additional LCD TV attachment.

Specifications:

The resistance ranges up to 900 watts and there are 21 incline levels. Maximum user weight is 400lbs. Users are able to track calories, calories/hour, METs, watts, strides per minute, distance and heart rate on the display readouts. The lower display shows time, incline and resistance level.

Conclusion:

If you are looking to mix it up on the cardio side of your workout, the Cybex 750A Arc trainer is definitely a great option you should consider. It’s compact and introduces new movements that you don’t usually perform on a standard elliptical or treadmill. We have some now in stock so check it out on our website!

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